Welcome to the 2013 Combined Federal Campaign!. What is the CFC?. O nce-a-year , in-the-workplace charitable drive exclusively for Federal employees: Military, Civilian & U.S. Postal Service C reated in 1961 by Executive Order of President John F. Kennedy .
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Once-a-year, in-the-workplace charitable drive exclusively for Federal employees: Military, Civilian & U.S. Postal Service
Created in 1961 by Executive Order of President John F. Kennedy.
Campaign period: Annually 01 September – 15 December by OPM directive however; Campaigns may select dates falling inside these parameters to support Campaign Kick Off efforts etc.
The mission of the CFC is to support and to promote philanthropy through a voluntary program that is employee-focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing all Federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all.
CHOICESelect from 2,683 CFC 2013 charitable organizations and Contribute to an Agency of your choice
CONFIDENCEAgencies are screened by Federal employees. Campaign is audited by independent CPA firmHaigh, Byrd, and Lambert
The charity brochure is separated into 3 sections of 501(c)3 agencies:
An alphabetical index of all the Onslow CFC participating agencies and their 5 digit code to donate is included in the last few pages.
Samaritan Level Donors
$300 - $499
Humanitarian Level Donors
$500 - $999
Step 1:Legibly print rank (if applicable) and name.
Step 2:Fill in the appropriate boxes for military or civilian
Step 3: Write-in the Federal Agency and Office (e.g. II MEF, NHCL, MARSOC).
Step 4: Donors (Military and GS personnel) choosing to pledge by payroll deduction are required to write-in their 9 digit SSN/ MCCS NAF may use their work ID.
Step 5: Fill-in the work address by physical location, for example, 1/6 Alpha Company.
Step 6: Fill in work phone number or cell number. This number is only called if there is an error or question concerning processing the donor’s pledge form.
Step 7: Military choosing to pledge by allotment are to write-in their Branch of Service (e.g. USMC, Navy, Coast Guard, Army).
Step 7 (Allotment): Donors must write-in the specific amount they want deducted per payday in the AMOUNT block in WHOLE DOLLARS; then multiply that # by the corresponding military (12) or civilian (26) interval to the right to calculate their TOTAL GIFT amount.
Step 7 (Cash/Check): Donors choosing to pledge by cash/check write-in the $ amount beneath the allotment information, the date, & the check # (if applicable).
Note: The first full month is JAN 2014
Step 8: Donors designate specific charities to receive their pledge gifts by writing-in the specific charities unique 5-digit CFC code.
Donors may pledge gifts to 5 different charities per pledge form. Donors who would like to donate to more than 5 charities may complete additional pledge forms or submit more than 5 charities on one form with one receipt, donors may E-Pledge at www.onslowcountycfc.org.
Step 9:All donations contributed to charities through the CFC are given anonymously. If the donor would like the CFC to release their contact information to the donor’s designated charities the donor must fill-out the “Information Release Section” on the bottom left of the pledge form.
CFC is then required to release the donor’s information written in this section to (and only to) the donor’s designated charities
Step 10: The donor’s signature and date is required for donor’s choosing payroll deduction. If a donor forgets to sign this section on the bottom right corner, the pledge form is INVALID.
Please contact the CFC office @ 449-9703 or email@example.com
CFC Thanks you and more importantly
YOUR Charity Thanks you!